Had a chance to test the new ForeFlight FF synthetic vision along the way:
The cheesesteaks from both places were fantastic! Produced in massive quantities, you were handed your selection within moments of placing your order. Be sure to read over the choices carefully and know what you want before you get up to the window - these guys are like the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld! And, CASH ONLY at both places. Sandwiches start at about $10, depending on which variety you choose. Fries are available at both places, though we opted to skip those so we could sample a full size sandwich from each. But don't miss trying the Birch Beer soda while you are there.
The verdict among our group was that Pat's was overall the better of the two, although I thought the bread at Geno's was slightly superior. We stuffed a cooler with six extras from Pat's and brought them home for lucky family members. Before departing, we walked around a bit and saw some of the local sights -- including a gaggle of nuns who were also dining on some of Geno's finest subs:
Our flight back was, of course, substantially longer, thanks to the great tailwind becoming a nasty headwind. Also, ATC decided to test my Garmin 480 and ForeFlight programming skills. Instead of KPNE -> 15G, our full-route clearance was KPNE PTW V12 BOYER V170 RAV V276 CIP V6 YNG 15G. The only hiccup to this was "V276 CIP." Both the Garmin 480 and ForeFlight protested that this wasn't a valid combination, because CIP doesn't lie on V276. Instead, V276 ends at RASHE intersection, approximately 89 miles southeast of CIP.